You must visit the New England Aquarium that is located in Boston, Massachusetts. It has seasonal operations and it’s only open from April through November.
Why should you visit?
Because, the aquarium has more than 22,000 members and hosts more than 1.3 million visitors each year!
What is New England aquarium?
New England Aquarium is home to magnificent and beautiful water animals. The aquarium building was opened to the public in 1969, and at that time it had the largest circular ocean tank in the world. The main building is still one of the prominent attractions of the New England Aquarium.
What to watch in New England aquarium?
Apart from the main building, Simons IMAX Theatre and the New England Aquarium Whale Watch are a must visit areas of the aquarium.
- New England Aquarium Whale Watch
During the months of April through October, the aquarium hosts a whale watch cruise partnered with Boston Harbor Cruises. The ship takes the whale watchers to Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, located around 30 miles east of Boston. The watchers can interact with nature lovers and educators while watching whales from front row seats in the Boston Harbor Cruises. In case people aren’t lucky enough to see whales, which is rare, then a voucher is given to the watchers to return for another trip.
- Simon IMAX Theatre
In 12000 Watt of digital sound you can watch the animals from blue planet in the New England’s largest screen. Simon IMAX theatre offers the most unimaginable and cinematic view of the water animals. The theatre always has new releases and the 3D views add more appeal to the movies. You can watch the trailer, check release time and buy tickets online!
Either plan a private event or ask for a group reservation, any way you like, New England Aquarium is a perfect destination to visit with family or friends.